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Sunday, February 14, 1915
Clearing chambers, passages and pits of mud-brick mastabas 2093 [= G 3093] and 2094 [= G 3094].
Clearing chamber W. of mastaba 2093 [= G 3093] of hard-packed debris. In S.W. corner of chamber a painted limestone statuette of a man in an almost perfect state of preservation. Opposite him a few fragments of limestone and bits of decayed wood, apparently from another statuette.
Clearing chamber X and passage leading from it to the north of dark debris. At [sic] of chamber and passage leading from it a limestone statue in relief of a man (about 1/3 size) with his name in hieroglyphics above. The front half of the basis with the forepart of the feet are a separate block. Adjoining this statue to the north was a nice stela with a portrait of a man and three portraits of his wife. Above this stela the mud-brick is faced with rubble coated with plaster. At base of stela (left side) a rough stone ceremonial basin.
Clearing chamber Y of mastaba 2093 [=G 3093] of hard-packed dark debris.
Clearing Pit F of mastaba 2093 [= G 3093] of hard-packed debris.
Clearing chamber W. of mastaba 2094 [= G 3094] of hard-packed dark debris. In debris a thin pottery vase, neck…
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